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  1. Wireless body sensor networks based on metamaterial textiles, X. Tian, P. Lee, Y.J. Tan, T. Wu, H. Yao, M. Zhang, Z. Li, K. Ng, B.C.K. Tee, J. S. Ho, , Nature Electronics, 2019 | Featured on Nature Electronics News & Views and Selected as Cover

  2. Highly conductive 3D metal-rubber composites for stretchable electronic applicationsts, Y. Zhao, W.D. Yang, Y.J. Tan, S., Si, X. Zeng, ZJ Liu, B. C.-K. Tee*, APL Materials, 7, 031508, 2019. | Featured on APL Materials

  3. Self-healing Electronic skins for Aquatic Environments,Y. Cao, Y.J. Tan, S. Li, W. Lee, H. Guo, Y. Cai, C. Wang, B. C.-K. Tee*, Nature Electronics, 2, 75-82, 2019. | Featured on Nature Electronics News & Views and Selected as Cover

  4. Soft Electronically Functional Polymeric Composite Materials for a Flexible and Stretchable Digital Future, B. C-K. Tee*, J. Ouyang, Advanced Materials,1802560, 2018.

  5. Gigahertz Integrated Circuits Based on Complementary Black Phosphorus Transistors, L. Chen, S. Li, X. Feng, L. Wang, X. Huang, Benjamin C.K. Tee*, K.W. Ang*, Advanced Electronic Materials, 4, 1800274, 2018.

  6. Self-Healing Electronic Materials for a Smart and Sustainable Future, Y.J. Tan, J. Wu, H. Li, B. C-K. Tee*, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces,  10 (18), 15331–15345, 2018.

  7. A Skin-Inspired Organic Digital Mechanoreceptor, B. C-K. Tee*, A. Chortos*, A. Berndt*, et al., Science, 350, 313–316, 2015.

  8. Flow-enhanced solution printing of all-polymer solar cells, Y. Diao, Y. Zhou, T. Kurosawa, Leo Shaw, C. Wang, S. Park, Y. Guo, J. A. Reinspach, K. Gu, X. Gu, B. C.K. Tee, C. Pang, H. Yan, D. Zhao, M. F. Toney, S. C.B. Mannsfeld, Z. Bao, Nature Communications 6, 7955, 2015.

  9. Shape-Controlled, Self-Wrapped Carbon Nanotube Three-Dimensional Electronics, H. Wang, Y. Wang, B. C-K. Tee, K. Kim, J. Lopez, W. Cai, and Z. Bao, Advanced Science, 2, 1500103, 2015.

  10. Continuous Wireless Pressure Monitoring and Mapping with Ultra-Small Passive Sensors for Health Monitoring and Critical Care, Nature Communications, L. Chen*, B. C-K. Tee*, et al. (*equal contribution), 5, 5028, 2014.

  11. Tunable Flexible Pressure Sensors using Microstructured Elastomer Geometries for Intuitive Electronics, B. C-K. Tee et al., Advanced Functional Materials 24, 5427–5434, 2014.

  12. An electrically and mechanically self-healing composite with pressure- and flexion-sensitive properties for electronic skin applications, B. C-K. Tee*, C. Wang*, R. Allen, Z. Bao, Nature Nanotechnology, 7, 825–832, 2012. Featured on Science Magazine, BBC, ABC, NatGeo (*equal contribution)

  13. Flexible polymer transistors with high pressure sensitivity for application in electronic skin and health monitoring, G. Schwartz, B. C-K. Tee, et al., Nature Communications, 4, 1859, 2013.

  14. Solution coating of large-area organic semiconductor thin films with aligned single-crystalline domains, featured in Y. Diao, B. C-K. Tee, et al., Nature Materials, 12, 665–671, 2013 | Selected as cover page for print issue and Featured on Nature Material’s News and Views.

  15. Tuning the threshold voltage of carbon nanotube transistors by n-type molecular doping for robust and flexible complementary circuits. H. Wang, P. Wei, Y. Li, J. Han, H. R. Lee, B. D Naab, N. Liu, C. Wang, E. Adijanto, B. C-K Tee, et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111(13), 4776–4781, 2014

  16. Electronic Properties of Transparent Conductive Films of PEDOT:PSS on Stretchable Substrates D. J. Lipomi, J. A. Lee, M. Vosgueritchian, B. C-K. Tee, J.A. Bolander, & Z. Bao, Electronic Properties of Transparent Conductive Films of PEDOT:PSS on Stretchable Substrates. Chemistry of Materials, 24(2), 373–382. 2012.

  17. The Evolution of Electronic Skin (E-Skin): A Brief History, Design Considerations, and Recent Progress, ML Hammock, A Chortos, B. C-K. Tee, JBH Tok, Z Bao, Advanced Materials, 25 (42), 5997-6038, 2013

  18. Skin-Like Sensors of Pressure and Strain Enabled by Transparent, Elastic Films of Carbon Nanotubes, D.J. Lipomi*, M. Vosgueritchian*, B. C-K. Tee* et al., Nature Nanotechnology, 1–6, 2011. (*equal contribution)

  19. SCB Mannsfeld, B. C-K Tee, et al., Highly sensitive flexible pressure sensors with micro-structured rubber dielectric layers, Nature Materials 9, 859–864, 2010 | Featured on Nature News and Views.

  20. Chemical and Engineering Approaches To Enable Organic Field-Effect Transistors for Electronic Skin Applications, Sokolov, A.N., B. C-K. Tee, et al., Accounts of Chemical Research, 2011.

  21. Transparent, Optical, Pressure-Sensitive Artificial Skin for Large-Area Stretchable Electronics, M. Ramuz, B. C-K. Tee, J. B.-H.Tok, Z. Bao, Advanced Materials, 24, 3223-3227, 2012.

  22. High-Performance Transistors and Complementary Inverters Based on Solution-Grown Aligned Organic Single-Crystals, H. Li*, B. C-K. Tee*, et. al. , Advanced Materials, 24, 2588–2591, 2012 (*equal contribution).

  23. Stretchable Organic Solar Cells, D.J. Lipomi, B. C-K. Tee, M. Vosgueritchian, & Z. Bao, Advanced Materials, 23, Issue 15, 1771–1775, 2011.

  24. Micro-imprinted prism substrate for self-aligned short channel organic transistors on a flexible substrate, J. Jeon, B. C.-K. Tee, B. Murmann, and Z.Bao, Applied Physics Letters, 100, 043301, 2012.

  25. High-Mobility Field-Effect Transistors from Large-Area Solution- Grown Aligned C60 Single Crystals, H. Li, B. C-K. Tee, J.J. Cha, Y. Cui and Z. Bao, Journal of American Chemical Society, 2012.

  26. Controlled solution deposition and systematic study of charge-transport anisotropy in single crystal and single-crystal textured TIPS pentacene thin films, J. Chen, C.K. Tee, M. Shtein, D. C. Martin and J. Anthony, Organic Electronics, Vol 10, Issue 4, Pg 696-703, 2009.

  27. Grain-boundary-limited charge transport in solution-processed 6,13 bis(tri-isopropylsilylethynyl) pentacene thin film transistors, J. Chen, C.K. Tee, M. Shtein, J. Anthony, and D. C. Martin, Journal of Appl. Phys. Vol 103, 114513, 2008.

  28. Thermal and mechanical cracking in bis(triisopropylsilylethnyl) pentacene thin films, J. Chen, C.K. Tee; J. Yang; C. Shaw; M. Shtein; J. Anthony and D. C. Martin, Journal of Polymer Science Part B: Polymer Physics, 44, 24, 3631-3641, 2006.